How the Hitachiin twins come to accept Tamaki's offer to join a new club he's forming.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Haruhi Fujioka (voice)
... Tamaki Suou (voice)
... Kyouya Otori (voice)
... Hikaru Hitachiin (voice)
Yoshinori Fujita ... Kaoru Hitachiin (voice)
Ayaka Saito ... Mitsukuni Haninozuka (voice)
Daisuke Kirii ... Takashi Morinozuka (voice)
Kiyomi Asai ... Kindergarten Girl (voice)
Sayori Ishizuka ... Hitachiin Family Maid (voice)
Tomomi Watanabe ... Woman (voice)
Risa Tsubaki ... Middle School Girl A (voice)
Yûko Sanpei ... Middle School Girl B (voice)
Takayuki Sasada ... Middle School Boy (voice)
... Haruhi Fujioka (voice)
... Tamaki Suou (voice)
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Storyline

Kaoru narrates how he and Hikaru longed for someone who could tell them apart. No one could, so they formed a psychological barrier that kept others away, hurting before they themselves could be hurt, becoming twisted and cruel in playing their "Which One is Hikaru" game which no one could win. Tamaki approached them about joining a new club he was forming, which they wouldn't do unless he would play and win their Which One is Hikaru game (within a one-month time limit). He agreed to play under the one condition that, if he won, they would both join his club. Written by statmanjeff

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15 August 2006 (Japan)  »

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The only episode where the title appears at the end rather than in or around the beginning. See more »

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Kaoru Hitachiin: We were always contradicting ourselves. We wanted to be told apart; we didn't want to be told apart. We wanted people to know us; we didn't want them to know. We were always looking for someone who would finally accept us, but there was no way that would ever happen, not as twisted as we were. We were so afraid of someone breaking through our barrier and hurting us, we kept a strong lock on our hearts to protect ourselves.
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